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REACCH has focused on scientific research into the ways that climate affects Pacific Northwest cereal production systems. Our objective is to identify best practices that will make agriculture resilient under climate change while reducing the effects of agriculture on climate. Our research spans many disciplines from climate science to entomology in an integrated effort to study PNW agricultural systems as a whole.

View our "PRODUCTS" pages to access:

For highlights of REACCH research, including annual report articles and REACCH impacts, explore the links below.

REACCH research includes:

Also visit Education and Outreach to learn about our education and extension strategies.

Long-Term Research Sites

  • REACCH works across nine Pacific Northwest long-term research sites to understand past and future cropping system dynamics across agroecological classes.
  • The Cook Agronomy Farm will serve as one of the USDA’s Long-Term Agroecosystem Research Network (LTAR) locations to support continued long-term research on agricultural strategies.